“Our team is excited to leverage Bongo’s Premium Integration status to promote soft skill development on a global scale,” said Bruce Fischer, Bongo’s CTO.
LOVELAND, Colo. (PRWEB) October 29, 2018
Bongo announced its partnership with Moodle today at MoodleMoot US 2018, making it the platform’s third Premium Integration. The video assessment and soft skill development solution is now available to download as a plugin for Moodle’s learning management system.
Bongo joins IntelliBoard and the Blindside Networks’ BigBlueButton as Premium Integrations, which Moodle describes as products that are chosen based on their capabilities to integrate well with the Moodle platform and that complement Moodle’s native features.
Soft skills are a top priority for organizations around the world, but many don’t have the tools to assess and improve them at scale. This partnership gives Moodle users direct access to Bongo’s Video Assignments and Virtual Classroom—technologies purpose-built to address the soft skills gap.
“Our team is excited to leverage Bongo’s Premium Integration status to promote soft skill development on a global scale,” said Bruce Fischer, Bongo’s CTO. “Partnering with Moodle, the world’s most widely used learning platform, is a huge step towards achieving meaningful change in this area.”
The Bongo plugin will be available for download in the Moodle plugin directory in the coming weeks, but is available now on Bongo’s website. More information about Bongo’s Premium Integration can be found on Moodle’s website at https://moodle.com/premium-integrators//.
Bongo (formerly YouSeeU) is a video assessment and soft skill development platform. With its proprietary video technology and powerful feedback capabilities, Bongo enables the mastery of communication, collaboration, and critical thinking. Bongo was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Loveland, Colorado. For more information, visit http://www.bongolearn.com.
Founded in Perth, Australia, Moodle is the most widely-used learning platform with over 100,000 registered sites and more than 130 million users worldwide.
In pursuit of their mission of “empowering educators to improve our world”, Moodle’s open source software gives educators and learners powerful, flexible tools for online learning and collaboration.
Moodle’s mission is supported by their 90-plus global Partners, its investment partner Education For The Many and its global community of “Moodlers”.
Moodle software is used as a key part of operations for leading local Universities, such as Open University (UK), Ulm University (Germany), Monash (Australia), Columbia (USA), Shanghai International University (China), and Mumbai University (India), as well organisations such as the United Nations, World Vision International and the US Defence force.
For more information, visit http://moodle.com.